Stale Bread – Want some?

Unless we’re talking about croutons – no one likes stale bread. We all like fresh bread.  Many of us (including google) don’t visit stale websites either. We like fresh websites with new content – that’s why most people spend time on...

Websites for Authors and Speakers

Lately, I’ve been building an increasing number of websites for international authors and speakers. They love the flexiblity and engagement that my websites bring them. They are getting great traffic and love the fact that they get to create and tweak the...

Early beginnings of nothing new

U2’s Bono aka paul_hewson recently said on Twitter: “The emergence and refinement of social media could be one of the greatest and quietest cultural revolutions in history.” The important thing to remember in all of this Social Media talk is that we...

Baby boomers and social media

According to an article written on multichannelmerchant.com: More than 30 million baby boomers now connect on LinkedIn, and even more are on Twitter. And it doesn’t stop there. According to recent data from Inside Facebook, the number of U.S. Facebook users over age...

69 percent of Australians read blogs

According to a recent study: 69% of Australians read other people’s blogs, on average two to three times a week. While this is also considerably lower than many Asian markets, it is still a big number, indicating the interest Australians have in user-generated...